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Legend Holdings Refers To Lenovo's Proposal To Issue CDRs On Shanghai's STAR Market
Lenovo Announces Proposed Issuance & Admission Of CDRs On Shanghai Stock Exchange Star Market
Blackrock's Long Position In Lenovo Group Reduced To 4.98% - HKEx Filing
Lenovo Group Limited is an investment holding company principally engaged in personal computers and related businesses. The Company’s main products include Think-branded commercial personal computers and Idea-branded consumer personal computers, as well as servers, workstations and a family of mobile Internet devices, including tablets and smart phones. The Company operates its business through four geographical segments, including China, Asia Pacific (AP), Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Americas (AG). The Company also provides cloud service and other related services. The Company distributes its products in domestic market and to overseas markets.
No.10 Xibeiwang East Road
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Wai Ming Wong
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Executive Vice President, President of the Data Center Group
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A German appeals court on Monday lifted the enforcement of an injunction won by Nokia Oyj in a patent dispute with Lenovo Group Ltd to block the world's largest PC maker from selling its products in Europe's largest economy.
Nokia on Tuesday sought to enforce an injunction against Lenovo, the world's biggest PC maker, to block sales of its products in Germany after violation of a video encoding patent.
Lenovo Group, the world's biggest PC maker, smashed expectations with a 31% leap in first-quarter net profit, as the coronavirus pandemic spurs businesses to shift to remote work and schools to switch to online learning.
China's Lenovo Group , the world's biggest PC maker, posted a better than expected quarterly profit on Thursday and said it is capturing opportunities emerging from remote working.
* Q4 revenue slides 9.7% but year-on-year growth seen this quarter (Recasts and writes through)
Lenovo Group said on Tuesday it has launched a new server platform capable of handling heavy computing tasks inside data centers using chips from Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
Lenovo Group's founder, Liu Chuanzhi, will retire at the year end as chairman of its parent Legend Holdings, the company said on Wednesday.
* Net profit up 111% to $162 mln, vs $154 mln view of analysts
* Revenue rises 8.5 pct on strong performance in major businesses
Lenovo Group Ltd said on Thursday it swung back to a net profit in the December quarter, beating market expectations, due to a strong performance across its major business groups.
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